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Written by Kiefer Szurszewski

Case Study: How New Mexico State University uses GravityView

New Mexico State University logo

Are you a university, secondary school, or other educational institution? Interested in using GravityView? Check out our guide or get in touch with any questions. In this new series, we’ll be talking to GravityView users about how they use our plugin! For our first interview, we’ll be talking to Adam… Read more

Written by Kiefer Szurszewski

Making a job application management system with GravityView

Making a Job Applicant Management System

One of the most common (and powerful) uses of Gravity Forms and GravityView is as a job applicant management system. With Gravity Forms, you can easily create a system that allows job seekers to submit an application for the job. Then, with GravityView, you can let decision makers review, reject,… Read more

Written by Kiefer Szurszewski

Creating a feedback board with Gravity Forms and GravityView

Creating a feedback board

On our blog, we recently featured a case study of one of our users, Adam Cavotta, who is a Senior University Training Specialist at New Mexico State University. NMSU uses GravityView in nearly 10 different ways. In this ongoing blog series, we’ll teach you how to create similar applications for… Read more

Written by Kiefer Szurszewski

Connecting researchers with students for research projects

Connecting researchers with students for research projects

On our blog, we recently featured a case study of one of our users, Adam Cavotta, who is a Senior University Training Specialist at New Mexico State University. NMSU uses GravityView in nearly 10 different ways. In this ongoing blog series, we’ll teach you how to create similar applications for… Read more

Written by Kiefer Szurszewski

Creating a database of actors and actresses

Creating a database of actors and actresses

On our blog, we recently featured a case study of one of our users, Adam Cavotta, who is a Senior University Training Specialist at New Mexico State University. NMSU uses GravityView in nearly 10 different ways. In this ongoing blog series, we’ll teach you how to create similar applications for… Read more

Written by Zack Katz

We have new license names!

Hello, my name is ~Galactic~ "All Access"

Introducing our new plan names Today, we’re changing our plan names to be clearer: GravityView Core – Access to the GravityView plugin. Previously known as “Sol”. Core + Extensions – GravityView Core, plus our Premium Extensions. Previously known as “Interstellar”. All Access – Full access to all the plugins we… Read more

Written by Kiefer Szurszewski

GravityView 2.0 has arrived!

GV 2.0

We’ve been working on GravityView 2.0 since December 2016, so we are super excited to finally share it with you! Our goal was simple: improve the core of GravityView. The new plugin is powered by a brand-new engine that will serve us well for years to come. We won’t get… Read more

Written by Kiefer Szurszewski

GDPR and GravityView

GDPR

Note: This post does not constitute legal advice. What is the GDPR? The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European Union regulation designed to protect private Personally Identifiable Information (PII) for all European Union citizens. In short, it is designed to protect users from unauthorized data collection from the… Read more

Written by Kiefer Szurszewski

Announcing a Partnership with WP Rocket

GravityView + WP Rocket

Here at GravityView, we’re all about supporting the WordPress community, especially other great plugins and developers. As such, we’re happy to announce a partnership with WP Rocket, one of the best caching plugins available. We use it personally on our own website, so we can attest to its awesomeness ourselves!… Read more

Written by Zack Katz

Exact-match search for Gravity Forms Multiselect and List fields

This is the state of Kansas in the US. A bit meta, but apparently, I'm in a meta mood.

A GravityView customer had a form on his site containing a Multiselect field of all the US states. The problem was that their search results for the state “Kansas” were also matching the state “Arkansas“. This wasn’t good. If the field were an Address field, it would have been easy,… Read more